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Verizon Adds $35 Prepaid Plan for Feature Phones

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Apr 12, 2013, 7:22 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Verizon Wireless has added a new low-cost plan to its prepaid service. Customers with basic feature phones can now choose the existing $50 monthly plan, or the new $35 monthly plan. The $35 plan offers 500 anytime minutes, unlimited messaging, and unlimited mobile web. The $50 plan also has unlimited messaging and mobile web, but includes unlimited voice calling. The plans can be paired with most feature phones.

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Apr 12, 2013, 9:54 AM

Oh what fun!

None of supported phones are smartphones and none have 3G support. The inclusion of unlimited web is not a big deal as it's hard to use very much data with such simple devices.
It's a lame way for Verizon to show investors and customers that they can play in the prepaid arena. Why anyone would opt for this with SO many other prepaid options is beyond me.

Thank you- you answered my question!
I'll be keeping my legacy T-Mobile rate plan.
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